Visualize your Kubernetes workloads

Octant is an open source developer-centric web interface for Kubernetes that lets you inspect a Kubernetes cluster and its applications.

Visualization
Visualization

Provide a visual interface to managing Kubernetes that complements and extends existing tools like kubectl and kustomize.

Extensibility
Extensibility

Add information to your cluster views through Octant’s plug-in system.

Versatility
Versatility

Support a variety of debugging features such as filtering labels and streaming container logs to be part of the Kubernetes development toolkit.

Introduction to Octant

Learn about why Octant was created and how it aims to improve upon past attempts to create a Kubernetes dashboard.

Octant Webinar - Sept 18, 2019

Learn how to use Octant in your environment to better understand the state of the applications running inside the cluster.

Features

Port forward
Port forward

Debug applications running on a cluster in a local environment by creating port forwards through an intuitive interface.

Real-time updates
Real-time updates

With a complete view of an object and all its related objects, you can more accurately assess the status of applications and avoid unfocused debugging when things go wrong.

Plug-ins over gRPC
Plug-ins over gRPC

With Octant’s plug-in API, core features can be extended to meet the needs of customized workflows on a cluster.

Blog Highlights

Seeing is Believing: Octant Reveals the Objects Running in Kubernetes Clusters

The Octant Team

Octant is released as open source software and provides community support through our GitHub project page. If you encounter an issue or have a question, feel free to reach out on the GitHub issues page for Octant.

The Octant project team welcomes contributions from the community — please see our contributing documentation.

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Bryan Liles

Engineer

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Sam Foo

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Wayne Witzel III

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Getting Started

To help you get started, see the documentation.